Community Partners

You can contact the partners below to get more information and assistance.

  • CanLearn Society

    The CanLearn Society offers assessments and help for those with ADHD.
    100-1117 Macleod Trail Southeast, Calgary, AB T2G 2M8
    Toll Free: 1-877-686-9300 Local: 403-686-9300

Web Content

For Parents

For Kids and Teens

  • KidsHealth

    KidsHealth has acticles written and reviewed by doctors about ADHD for kids and teens.

  • ADHD Kids Rock

    The ADHD Kids Rock! website was created by a 15-year-old youth with ADHD, living in Langley, BC who wanted to provide a resource for other youth who have ADHD. This website has a youth forum and blog and is geared directly to youth with ADHD.

For Professionals


    CADDAC or the Centre for ADHD Awareness Canada is a national, non-profit, umbrella organization providing leadership in education and advocacy for ADHD organizations and individuals across Canada. Their website is full of information about ADHD for children, teenagers, and adults which CADDAC hopes will support those affected by ADHD.


    The Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance or CADDRA is non-profit multi-disciplinary alliance of healthcare professionals working to support individuals with ADHD and their families. Their vision states that they aim, 'to improve the quality of life and reduce the suffering of patients with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and their families while maximizing their potential across the lifespan.' Visit their website for current information targeted at educators, adults, parents, children, and adolescents.


  • TDAH Informations, trucs et astuces

    Created and developed by Annick Vincent, physician-psychiatrist, Attention Deficit- Info is dedicated to Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
    Site créé et élaboré sous la coordination de Dr Annick Vincent, médecin-psychiatre. Dédié au trouble du déficit de l'attention avec ou sans hyperactivité (TDAH).

  • PANDA du Québec

    Le Regroupement des associations de parents PANDA du Québec est la référence en matière d'aide aux associations PANDA et aux parents ayant un enfant atteint du trouble déficitaire de l'attention avec ou sans hyperactivité (TDAH). - depuis leur site

Book List

These resources are available to borrow at the Family & Community Resource Centre. You can also check with your local library or with The Alberta Library for the availability of these resources.

Kids and Teens with ADHD

You can download, print, and share these lists:

Caregivers of Children and/or Teens with ADHD

You can download, print, and share these lists:


Generously supported by the Owerko Family Fund for Brain Health through the Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation.

Thank you to both our friends at the Calgary Public Library, Child Development Services, the CanLearn Society, and to Dr. Lemay for their contributions.


This material is designed for information purposes only. It should not be used in place of medical advice, instruction and/or treatment. If you have specific questions, please contact your doctor or appropriate health care professional.

For more information contact the Child Health Information Specialist at 403-955-7745 or